Painted botanical illustration of Common Jonquil, Narcissus Jonquilla by unknown

Painted botanical illustration of Common Jonquil, Narcissus Jonquilla

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Painted botanical illustration of Common Jonquil, Narcissus Jonquilla

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Illustration from the Botanical Magazine by William Curtis, published 1789 by Couchman and Fry. William Curtis, founder of the Curtis Museum in Alton, Hampshire, had a keen interest in the natural sciences, including botany and geology. He was a founder member of both the Palaeontological Society (1847) and the Geologists Association (1858). He published several books in the Botanical Magazine series and also Flora Londinensis.

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  • Hampshire Cultural Trust

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